During her time at the BIA she worked with the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain of Colorado, the Shoshoni and Northern Arapahoe of Wind River, Wyoming and other tribes in North Dakota and Nebraska.
She also worked for the National Congress of American Indians assisting with Economic Development programs.
Neill is especially strong in his commitment to working with youth and teaching them values that will successfully carry them through life as productive citizens.
Mary Ann Brittan -Choctaw- a former speech, drama and English teacher in Oklahoma City and Long Beach, California, Mary Ann has also been an instructor at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University, teaching Indian Education, School Improvement and the Choctaw Language.
Mary is involved in the Kaw Nation Annual Pow Wow and the Veteran’s Dance held every year.
She believes it is important to keep tribal traditions alive for future generations.
Most of his years have been spent working with offenders. Anderson attends court and parole hearings for both men and women inmates and provides tours of the prisons for adults and youth offenders as requested. Anderson has worked with the Oklahoma state boxing team in the maximum security level and has trained and boxed with inmates. Anderson received the award for volunteer of the year in 1999 by Warden Debbie Mahaffey at Eddie Warrior Correctional Center for Women in Taft, Okla.